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Uploaded: 06/10/24 9:02 PM GMT
Laura Loves Rainbows
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Staying with us for a couple months over the summer, my granddaughters are into many activities, including making clay sculptures that I found drying on parchment paper on the stove top. My youngest crafted a replica of one of her school friends, Laura (instead of some mythical cartoon character)---right down to the sparkly dress and fried-egg eyes---and the thing that Laura apparently loves more than anything else... rainbows. I think we oldsters should all hang out with kids more often, if only to absorb some of that sweet simplicity... less political divisions; more clay and rainbows.

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::corngrowth
06/11/24 8:09 AM GMT
---I think we oldsters should all hang out with kids more often, if only to absorb some of that sweet simplicity... less political divisions; more clay and rainbows.---

'Nik', with the above quote, you've hit the nail on its head! I think there would be less power lust and violence in the world.

I see that your granddaughter Annie not only has a rich imagination (because of the sparkly dress and fried-egg eyes, and the rainbow) but is very talented with creativity too.
Please say thanks to her for providing us with this lovely pieces of art.
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::tigger3
06/12/24 12:22 AM GMT
How adorable is this for me its priceless. tigs=^..^=
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.LynEve
06/15/24 1:05 PM GMT
A charming and delightful image - I love it !
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